Organize Me is a Black-owned personal organization company. Getting organized can be a challenging task. Day to day life can become frustrating simply because the tools often needed are not easily accessible. Organize Me was birthed out of everyday life tasks and challenges.
The owner/sole proprietor of Organize Me, Seraunna Smith, located in Cincinnati, has discovered how to take thoughts and prayers and turn them into the life that allows peace and stability to rule. Becoming more proactive in positive thought patterns tends to lead to more productive lives.
When you’re in the business of creating an atmosphere “free of clutter”, it changes not only the client’s lives but their surroundings. A ministry to guide the mind into manifesting the desired lifestyle builds from the inside out. It allows reconstruction mentally and physically.
In order for there to be organized on the outside, the mind must be aligned with proper thoughts and behaviors on a daily basis. It can be challenging in many ways, but that doesn’t make it impossible. When thoughts are purposely thought, planned and spoken, the outcome will be a physical life that mirrors just that.
Organize Me is not a “genie in a bottle” kind of thing in any way. It does require commitment and dedication, but the time invested allows for change, growth and strength in more areas than one. From writing down and actually carrying out the things written on a “to do”list, to planning devotional and or prayer times, to getting that spare bedroom turned into a perfect place for a guest, Organize Me can help anyone in any line of work take the first steps to a more satisfying daily life.
Always believe that each day can be faced with a fresh start and outlook. Getting your life organized and implementing learned tools in order to be sure it stays organized can lead to a life free from chaos and disorder. Taking that first step can be beyond rewarding in many ways. Let Organize Me help you to take the first step.
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